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Crazy Kangaroo is filled with movement, as each world is filled with creatures, plants, and objects that are animated. Hopping on a lily pad creates concentric circles in the water, and crossing the river opens the eyes of each alligator along the way. The exaggerated perspective from the overhead view is dizzying as Barney hops up, becoming much bigger, and descends, shrinking back to normal. The tilt controls are smooth and responsive, and experienced players can achieve perfect control, even when Barney is in the air.
Feature Highlights:
- 3 fantastic worlds
- Eye-candy graphics with Retina support
- Easy to learn gameplay
- Hilarious power-ups including Sugar Rush and Multi-Score
- Over 50 missions
- Leaderboards and ranks
- GameCenter support
- Universal build for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
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